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Rufus and Martha Wainwright: A Not So Silent Night – live review

Rufus and Martha Wainwright: A Not So Silent Night Royal Festival Hall, London 6th December 2019 Rufus and Martha Wainwright revealed the extent of their celebrity phone...

Alan Jenkins – Onion Light Over Pig Country – album review

  Alan Jenkins - Onion Light Over Pig Country Cordelia CD Out Now Quickfire follow up to the recent re-recording of My Geraniums Are Bulletproof, which in its original...

New Band Of The Day :West Wickhams – dealing a mystery strewn polka dot psych garage

The two piece are making waves with a sound that has a twist and flavour of its own and the added spook to their garage rock is at once captivating and addictive.

Designing Factory: An Interview with Peter Saville Associates’ Chris Mathan

Christiane (Chris) Mathan began working as a designer at Peter Saville Associates (PSA) and for Factory Records in the mid-1980s. Audrey J. Golden, literature and film professor at Simmons University Boston interviews for Louder Than War

Watch This! Cabinet of Millionaires takes on Boris in Stop The Coup

With the UK election now all set for December 12, 2019, the forthcoming Cabinet of Millionaires single 'Stop The Coup' slaps down Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s campaign for re-election.

Amyl and the Sniffers: The Underworld, London – live review

Amyl and the Sniffers The Underworld, London 5th December 2019 Amyl and the Sniffers brought some welcome and decidedly scorching Australian rock 'n' roll to a cold,...

Could this be the best ever re-write of a punk classic? Toxik Ephex – Refer-end-um Lies! Video Exclusive

Video Exclusive  Toxik Ephex (feat. BCWC) -  Refer-en-dum Lies Free DL only from here  Could this be the best ever re-write of a song by The Adverts?' ...

Lee “Scratch” Perry: Heavy Rain – album review

Lee "Scratch" Perry Heavy Rain On-U Sound CD/LP/DL Released December 6th Last May saw Lee "Scratch" Perry release his most introspective, autobiographical LP, Rainford. Now he closes the year...

Mudhoney: Pedazo de Pastel – mini-album review

  MUDHONEY PEDAZO DE PASTEL FOLC Records LP / DL Out now!   Grunge godfathers drop a surprise mini-album release on Spain's FOLC Records, comprised of demos from their 1992 Piece...

Melanie Martinez: O2 Apollo, Manchester – live photo review

Melanie Martinez - The K-12 world tour O2 Apollo, Manchester 5th December 2019 Photographer Melanie Smith went to join the huge fanbase of New York singer/songwriter Melanie...

IDLES: Manchester Academy – live review

IDLES Manchester Academy 4th December 2019 As a decade of political turmoil and despair staggers drunkenly towards a miserable conclusion, Bristol's IDLES give us hope in the...

Def Robot: Def: I Cult – album review

Wayne AF Carey is handed back the baton from Ged Babey and Neil Hodge to get his around album fuckin' six in as many months.

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Los Campesinos!: Islington Assembly Hall – live review

Los Campesinos return to the Capital to celebrate the 10th anniversery of their third album Romance is Boring. Louder Than War's Dave Beech was there.

Brian James from the Damned says music needs a ‘kick up the arse’ in Guardian interview but is he right?

a recent interview in the Guardian the brilliant Brian James - who was the guitarist, songwriter and mastermind behind the first two Damned albums claims that music needs a kick up the arse.

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage – album review

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage Thrill Jockey Records LP/CD/DL Out Now! Buy This...

DIIV: SWX, Bristol – live review

DIIV SWX, Bristol 22nd February 2020 Shoegazers DIIV kick off their UK tour behind their new album...

Les Amazones D’Afrique ‘AMAZONES POWER’ : album review ‘5 star release from Mali of modern African women empowering pop’

This is no retro world music exercise though but thoroughly modern 21st-century pop record and so it should be. Music should never be made for musicologists and Les Amazones D'Afrique combination of homespun melody and modern urban pop is stunningly effective.